•  Welcome to NRHS FFA   FFA Emblem
     
     
     The National FFA Organization (formerly Future Farmers of America) envisions a future in wh​ich all agricultural education students will discover their passion in life and build on that insight to chart the course for their educations, career and personal future.
     
    NRHS FFA does TONS of stuff all throughout the year!  There really is something for everyone.  Social events, animal care, FFA Backpack for Kids volunteering, pizza parties, field trips, gardening, cookouts, sledding, and lots more.  You have to see it to believe it.  We love coming up with fun and creative ideas for our group.  You don't have to be a future farmer to take part in this awesome organization!  Join us!
     
    Check out the National FFA website: www.ffa.org
    Of course, don't forget Wisconsin FFA!  Here's the website: www.wisconsinffa.org
    Advisor: Ms. Rachel Sauvola
    Click here to visit my Teacher page
    715-243-1761
     
     
     
     
     
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Current News

  • The New Richmond School District's SOAR Educational Center wishes to thank Dr. Terry Neumann who nominated us for the Positive Payload Program sponsored by American Trucks. 

    Without the support of Bernard's Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM, it wouldn't be possible to operate our school farm that raises beef for school lunch. Their sponsorship of our farm truck is essential for transporting students and supplies to and from the farm. Since this is a community partnership, we also have a large number of people within New Richmond who use their own trucks to assist in acquiring supplies for the four species living on the farm, haul the gravity box of corn for feed, deliver the animals' daily rations, pull trailers of hay, plow snow in the winter and even cart around newborn calves to to drop them off at the farm.  At the actual high school, there are plenty of folks delivering items used to learn about agriculture as well - from the fish truck that brings the tilapia for the aquaculture tanks to the truck that delivers the seeds and soil for the greenhouse or backs up to the overhead door to drop off a pair of lambs to study, trucks are ever present. Operating these programs with her student team, Mrs. Sauvola sincerely thanks all who help to make New Richmond's SOAR Center and Agriscience Department a state and nationally recognized high school agricultural education program. She certainly can't do it alone!